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Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not is the story of an honest, trusting Floridian who is driven to crime during the Depression. Being cheated as a sports fishing guide, Harry Morgan smuggles alcohol and human beings, twice double-crossing the criminals who hire his services. The second time proves fatal for Morgan, who is to widow Marie a good man whose kind will not be seen again.
Pleasure boat captain Harry Morgan tells a tale of woe, being swindled by an inattentive sports fisherman after turning down good money to smuggle Cubans into the Florida Keys. Pal Frankie introduces Morgan to a Chinese businessman, Mr. Sing, who wants him to take illegal aliens to Tortugas. Morgan refuses to take his friends along and sets to sea heavily armed. Alcoholic Eddy stows away and proves useful as Morgan double-crosses Sing. With the aliens locked below decks and money in hand, Morgan... View more of the To Have and Have Not Summary
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